Beaufort (SC) initiative gets $25K grant

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Beaufort initiative gets $25K grant — STEPHEN FASTENAU A Beaufort technology and job-growth initiative received another boost recently when the city was awarded a grant by a state organization representing local government. The Municipal Association of South Carolina awarded Beaufort a $25,000 grant aimed at implementing an economic development project “that will make a positive […]

Hurricane Matthew: Lessons Learned

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It Was a Dark and Stormy Night… Lessons Learned from Hurricane Matthew Storm prep and storm survival as it relates to your business. #BePrepared – Inspect items in your emergency kit and restock your pantry with non-perishables. I had precooked real food for several meals and had three days of food left before I would’ve had to resort […]

Beeline for Business…What Makes Your Virtual Business Hum?

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Paper Chaser’s comments were included under the Technology section of this article written by John Kinskey, President/CEO of AccessDirect, Inc.: What Makes Your Virtual Business Hum? In a world where communication and commerce are fueled by technology, it’s no longer necessary—or sometimes even advisable—to operate in a brick-and-mortar environment. Virtual businesses are on the rise, […]

Beeline for Business…New Year Reboot for Your Computer

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As a Virtual Assistant, being without my computer is a critical circumstance, but it does happen. An S-O-S call to Shaun at North Carolina IT Professionals Inc. is always met with calm demeanor and superior customer service. I’m thrilled to share a guest post by Shaun who shares a best practice for the New Year. New Year […]